View, Investment and retirement accounts

In this view, the yield on the subtotal line is always equal to the yield on the immediately preceding line. I think this is a bug. I would have included a screen shot, but this does not seem to recognize a docx file.

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  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    I would have included a screen shot, but this does not seem to recognize a docx file.
    Use an image file instead.
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  • David Reed
    David Reed Member ✭✭
    edited October 14
    Okay then

    Mod edit - removed personal amounts and names
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    I agree there is a bug there.

    To calculate the Day/Gain/Loss (%) you take the Day Gain/Loss divided by the Market Value.
    The sub total in your Investment account section shows 0%, and clearly any number of daily gain and market value that isn't zero shouldn't come out as zero.

    And doing that calculation on the Retirement section sub total I get .98% not 1.29%.

    Note I'm not seeing this on my US version of Quicken.  I did notice in both cases their round isn't very good.  For instance for the 1.29% line above the sub total line, I calculate that to be 1.28% (rounded to two decimal points, and I have one that shows as .65 that I calculate as 0.64347323252312%.

    I would submit this as a problem to the developers using Help -> Report a problem.
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